The northbound job from Squa Pan Yard is underway for Fort Kent with currently 7 tanks in tow. The train is seen passing through the town of Ashland quite frankly breaking the silence on a bright... (more)
The engineer of Locomotive 98 peers out of the cab as he sounds the whistle for the next crossing. The train will make a brief stop here before it continues to Hockessin, DE for the annual firewor... (more)
The Wilmington and Western railroad took their SW900 and a caboose up to Ashland, Delaware for a private caboose charter. Here is the small train sitting in Ashland, preparing to head back toward... (more)
Nearly one year ago to the date, I visited the town of Ashland, DE. I had my Fujifilm camera on hand and decided to take my first picture of the Santa train. It ended up becoming my first Railpict... (more)
A Green Line train has just left the loop heading towards Harlem. Built in 1893, Ashland is currently the oldest station house still in operation on the entire "L" system.
A Pink Line train heads toward the loop. The car pictured is missing its Pink Line banner.
Waste Management Trash Train passing thru Ashland hauling a foul cargo that a hound dog with a head cold could trail
Garbage train Q70305 heads south through Ashland, Va. The train will swap crews at Acca Yard in Richmond, then run to Collier Yard, where it will be forwarded to NS for final delivery to the land... (more)
CSXT 4834 leads train Q171 through Ashland, Va. on CSXT's RF&P subdivison.
Q409-31 rolls through town in beautiful sunlight
The southbound Carolinian blasts through Doswell on her way to Charlotte, NC
Needing a break from I-95, we made a brief stop in Ashland, where it was only a few minutes before a northbound Amtrak came through downtown.
Eastbound EL freight passes the Eagle Rubber Company in downtown Ashland. Kodachrome II, Yashica TL.
Contrary to popular belief, it is in fact possible to take a nicely lit, out of the woods photo of #98 seen here on newly restored trackage during W&W's Grand Reopening Celebration.
Your rocker awaits you here, on the veranda at the incomparable Henry Clay Inn, as 8728 wheels by returning north up the middle of Railroad Ave. at 01:58.